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with a look at roads. >>> still dealing with the big sinkhole in east baltimore. monument street still portions of that shut down. not far from patterson park. >> down in that neighborhood. right now you're saying chilly start take the coat. >> exactly and we're still officially in summer. we have frost advisories in western maryland we're looking at garrett county. it is chilly this morning. temperatures are in the 40s and a lot of spots. so take the jacket as you head out the door. i'd say a coat. i'm cold. exactly. let's look at these temperatures in bladensburg. 55 degrees there. and 43 degrees in west friendship this morning and look at the 100%. that means the dew point, the temperature are the exact same. actually a little bit of patchy fog in howard county this morning and also frederick county. out and about be prepared for that take it easy on the roadways. maryland's most powerful radar is dry right now. and it's going to stay is that way through the day. we're going to get lots of sunshine in here. it's going to be a fantastic day. as we look at the hour by hour forecast fo
with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if you are in baltimore county and heading out to 759, no concerns. it's nice and clear -- 795, no concerns. it's nice and clear. heading out to the beltway, a live look at the west sideat old court road. traffic is starting to pick up. you are looking at 12-minute ride on the outer loop from 795 down towards 95. there are no delays heading on that inner loop up towards pikesville. now the beltway will be remain nice and clear from parkville up to towson. 11 minutes on the outer loop from 95 up to 8 3. and no concerns out on the jfx heading into the city. it's going to take you 11 minutes no delays from the beltway all the way downtown to fayette street. now over to you. >>> 5:32. 11 years ago today our livewere changed forever and today we will take a moment to honor those who lost their lives on september 11th. abc2 news linda so is live downtown and you can tell us about a special memorial happening where you are standing today. what's this all about. >> reporter: we are here at the 9/11 memorial at baltimore's world trade cent
. >>> an incredible night for the city of baltimore. >>> community funds razors for daniel. >> daniel has been upgreated to fair condition. no word on when he will get out of the hospital. when he does, friends and strangers want to be sure there's enough money to care for his needs. >>> take these shoes and lots of laughter. >> this is the brighter side following a school shooting. something good for something horrible. >> this shows how many we love daniel and how much we want to support him. >> only the second time that daniel's mom has left the hospital. she stopped by for a quick dinner and to say thanks for the people helping her family. everybody pledged $25 and every penny goes to the family. >> being able to come home to my son at night and being able to be with him. my heart went out to daniel's mother. >> it was easy to rally people in perry hall because it is a close community. >> strangers at the time. lauri madoni picked up her phone to call her nephew. he reached out to the lodge that donated the food. there's a raffle and everyone hopes it doesn't stop. >> i hope that something
been made public. >>> a baltimore icon in the hospital this morning. we have the very latest on the health condition of art moe dell this morning. it is thursday, september 6th. thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle, you can see charlie out live at camden yards. been sleeping all night? >> i did go home and change clothes but i have been out here all night. not really but camden yards is the place to be in baltimore once again. the beginning of the orioles' four game series with the new york yankees. they now trail new york by one game in the american league's eastern division but tonight, it is also about remembering baseball's ironman on this date. 17 years ago, cal ripken became the all time consecutive games leader beating lou gehrig at 213 #. that's the number, consecutive games played a streak that will never be broken in the history of baseball. tonight, the living legend statue will be unveiled honoring cal and that's coming up for you tonight at 5:00 and 6:00. the ceremony around 5:15 just before the start of the game. we're going to have a preview for that for
-- carroll county and some to the south and west of baltimore, moving towards the north and east. heaviest in york, pennsylvania, lancaster, if you are heading towards that area, be careful, there are flood watches and warnings. temperature wise, we are very warm, 73, 75 easton, 74 sykesville. nothing stirring the atmosphere. through 9:00, 79 degrees and 83 by lunchtime. >>> good morning, everybody. let's get to the boards, 795s down towards 695, it meets 70, looking good. green on the screen. few construction delays to report. no speed sensors, indicating everything going good. this is along sinclair lane. near the highway seeing construction this early morning, that should slow you up. towards the tunnels, dealing with issues with road construction. outside for a live shot. this is the approach. looking good, headed towards the 695, looking good. another check of traffic in less than ten minutes. >>> police are searching for a teenager. >> believed to be behind a has mat situation that forced people out of their homes in parkville. linda so is live with the latest and what do police thi
. goodnight. ♪ ♪ . >>> baltimore county fighting west nile virus. >> maybe no showers for long. what part of the weekend we could see storms going forward. >> and the orioles are in the win column and so is the city of baltimore. we will explain in a live report. >> we honor a legend. could this night have gone any better? how about them a's. 46,000 of you saw a game that will go down in history. adam jones kept his promise to hit one tonight for cal. it's for who they beat, how they beat onto importance of this anniversary night. this was a great thursday. they jumped out early. yankees tied it up and then in the 8th the orioles had bombs bursting in air, three homers to beat the yankees and with the win they are now tied for first place. nobody wanted to go home. nobody could believe what they were watching, look at the crowd, everybody just a sea of orange and then jim johnson came on in the 9th and went 1, 2, and see you. watch this. cal shaking hands with peter up in the box. brian joining us live with more on the great or win at the yard. >> we start with more information about t
. that is -- every sunday. he's the man who's responsible for bringing football back to baltimore. this morning we have been told he's at the hospital reported to be in grave condition at johns hopkins. the 87-year-old purchased the cleveland browns that was back in 1961. he moved the franchise to baltimore in 1996. that move made him a hero here. he sold the minority interest of the team to steve bisciotti back in 2000 and in april 2004, bisciotti completed the purchase of the franchise. art modell right now johns hopkins again we're keeping a really close eye on the story and we're working the phones right now to get you the latest condition because he's been such a champion not only to bringing football but a also local charities here in the baltimore area. >>> another bier stick happening today -- big story happening today. mosquito spraying will begin in baltimore county and that's happening tonight. abc2 news linda so is here with all the details about the spraying. >> reporter: it's scheduled for tonight. in the millford mill neighborhood and workers with the department of agriculture will
cemetery. >>> a man was shot and killed on a busy east baltimore street. roosevelt leftwich has details oar loor police are looking for the help to solve two shootings. police say 20-year-old lorel amos was at the house when the shots rang out. amos was shot i the tweft h-chest -- chest, taken to the hospital and died. late this morning on barrel avenue a 20-year-old man was shot near the end section of elmwood. a young man in his late teens to early 0s was seen -- 20s was seen sprawled out in the street. >> homicide detectives were called because of the seriousness of the victim's injuries. we have no motive. they're busy processing the scene along with people from our crime lab. >> police said they're still looking for suspects in the barrel avenue shooting as well as the alameda shooting. roosevelt leftwich. >>> a convenience store clerk is shot during an attempted robbery in baltimore county. it happened at 1:40 this morning at the speedy mark on hollins ferry road. when the clerk hesitated, police say the suspect shot him twice. the clerk was treated and release. anyone with informatio
of the day. in northwest baltimore on park heights at drew it's park drive. traveling on west side, expect heavy days. traffic is really picked up here at liberty road. outer loop just crawling right now and it's going to take you 11 minutes to travel from 795 down toward interstate 70. the inner loop going to be pretty sluggish heading up towards 83. and looking live at 95 at 395, no delays heading through the fort mchenry tunnel. harbor tunnel going to be nice and clear and using the jfx, no problems and the harrisburg expressway in great condition from the maryland pennsylvania state line down to the beltway. that takes you 22 minutes altogether. megan over to you. >>> 6:32. you are looking live from new york city as the sun starts torise. 11 years ago today our lives were changed forever and today we are going to take a moment to honor those who lost their lives on september 11th. linda so is live downtown this morning and you are going a tell us about the special memorial a lot of people don't know about this because what makes it eu meek is you see it once a year. >> reporter: we are
in baltimore and this morning, keep art modell in your thoughts, the baltimore icon is in the hospital. >>> and baseball's ironman returns to camden yards. the living legend statue for cal ripken unveiled just before the o's take on the yankees. a live report coming up this morning. >>> clearly charlie out live again at camden yards. somebody is excited about tonight's game. and we'll check in with him and a bit and in the meantime if you are headed downtown to go cheer on the o's you probably want to know how the weather is looking. over to meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning everyone. we are looking pretty dry for the most part so we will continue that trend as we go throughout the day and also we'll get a little bit of sunshine in here it's going to look more like it did jed and the day before that. an isolated shower or storm is possible in the afternoon. the green spots indicative of rain showers this morning. very light in nature. 270 you are going to be seeing some wet weather there especially in virginia. rossville trying to get on the edge of light rain this morning
in just a little bit. >>> a baltimore mother who was shot in the neck earlier this year is making real progress. now she has a new tool to make her life easier. christian schaffer has been following her story. this lady has been through so much. >> reporter: she was shot in the neck and paralyzed from the neck down. now shaunice can do much more. the company presented it to her this morning. when we first met her earlier this year sholy after the shooting she had a computer she could use but she had to move her head around to use it. now with this new one she can operate it by using her eyes. that makes it much easier to communicate with her family. she can take and send photos. she is strong enough to breathe and talk on her own. >> i feel much better. >> reporter: she was shot in the neck in may. she had stopped not far from her home. two men pulled up to her car, fired into this striking her in the neck. so far, they have no suspects. we'll have much more of her story tonight at 6 and 11. christian schaffer, abc2 news. >>> days after sharon love was here in our studio, the man convi
in one essex neighborhood. baltimore county police say this man set fire to a carport, several vehicles and a boat. jamie brown lives in the neighborhood. and he had two vehicles in his carport burned along with a boat. he told us he doesn't believe the fire was set at his home. >> and just paid for the bought. just -- boat and just paid for the boat, paid cash for the boat and i bought it, fixed it up and i don't even have it in my name yet, you ing for the title. >> brown says all he can do now is tell police what he can and wait for insurance adjuster. >>> a former city police officer gives thanks to a hospital for saving his life, not once, but twice. gene cassidy braved the microphones at the university of maryland mecal center today but his true bravery began 25 years ago. while makingen arrest, he was shot twice in the head and may have died if it wasn't for shock trauma. left blind, he would later face death again the dire need of a liver transplant. the maryland medical center and an unknown organ donor came to his aid. >> we thought we would lose gene. gene.(.ecl) that's what
in -- >> ontario. >> this is his first time here. >> welcome to baltimore. >> what do you like about our city? >> great city. great walking on the harbor. we had a blast. great people, always helpful. >> friendly? >> very friendly. >> we owe you one. >> where would you tell him to go if he had a couple more hours? >> maybe whitley's. >> what do you think? >> maybe. >> watch this. we just met. his wife, mary jo, used to have an uncle sal who used to run the court commissioner's office in towson. am i right? >> yes. >> thanks for coming. you got a great city. do you know toronto is the next most popular city next to rome. >> yes. >> another handshake here. >> go o's. >> keep the hat on. all right. orioles tonight 7:05 against the jays from toronto. the orioles have to win, right? tell mary jo i said -- said hello. show your orange pride. we're seeing crowley shirts. we're seeing adam jones shirts, brooks shirts. show off your prize -- shirts. we'll see uptonight at 6:00. >> all right. thanks a lot, jamie. >>> well, you know, every time you go to the airport, it seems like the lines are the same
every month. >> baltimore is rocking it. >> reporter: in the last year harris said home sales for the month of july jumped by $10 million here. the average price of a home in baltimore jumped $28,000. >> this is good news, believe it or not. this is the only category that we've seen less percentage wise because the market has gone up. we're seeing a steady increase in buyers. less houses available for small in baltimore city. >> reporter: harris said many people who were under water are sitting on them or rnting them. it's creating this new shortage on the market. >> we've noticed a small adjustment in prices, multiple contracts on properties. we're seeing it from the brokerage side as well. >> reporter: they are further signs that housing could be slowly rebounding, making it a seller's market in the process. in baltimore, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> according to the maryland association of realtors, home prices neared the national increase of 3.8% since july of last year. >>> the nation's debt continues to grow. it has now topped $16 trillion, which is about $60,000 of debt pe
downtown to fayette street. >>> two men are shot in north baltimore and the police are searching for the gunmen. linda so is live at the police headquarters. what is the latest? >> reporter: the search continues for the suspects and the motive remains uncleared. two men were shot in the arm just before 10:00 last night near north parkway the men are in their 20s and 40s. both victims were shot in the arm. the men were found in a car. but the police say that the shooting did not happen at that election. they believe it happened somewhere else and they drove to that area. and men were taken to near hospitals with non-life threateng injuries. and the search for the suspect continues this morning and the motive is unclear. linda so, "abc 2 news." >>> it is a tough time for people in harford county sheriff's department is preparing for at loss. they're saying good-bye to another sergeant this morning. he died of a heart attack wednesday night. he started feeling the symptoms during the funeral of another colleague who died in a car crash last week. he is survived by a wife and young c
baltimore city streets. we will hear from fans and their excitement following the second grand prix race. those stories straight ahead on this monday september 3rd. good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. happy labor day. hopefully you are up early and you have the day off. if you do, you want to know how the weather is going to be. >> lynette is standing by with a look at the forecast you did good this weekend. >> i tried. we have a few showers but for the most part the weekend was on the dry side. maryland's most powerful radar and on this labor day we are seeing a few showers work their way into the picture especially around cecil county this morning. elkton you can see along i-95 around port deposit. all this is going to move off towards the north and east but you could see another round going into the morning and the afternoon so scattered showers off and on throughout the day. we will see plenty of cloud around for today as well. right now, the temperatures in middletown 71 degrees. 75 in edgewater and northville coming in at 71. temperatures have been held up bec
the east coast. >> we had a lot of wind damage across baltimore and toward the south, annapolis and arundel county. still power issues tonight, but here is the shot downtown, a gorgeous shot. 78 in town. 78 ocean city. look at oakland, a struggle to get out of the 60s. we hit 63 degrees. it is all about the dewpoints running into the 50s. that will be the trend. dry air over the next five to six days. >> 71 for your temperature. falling back into the 60s and monday at 59 degrees starting out. >> we have one weather story to talk about, leslie, a huge storm. we'll talk about that seven-day forecast that you're going to love, in just a little bit. >> what a side weekend. baltimore came out to pay respects. several thousand people filed passed the casket of art modell this weekend. it was taken over by somber fans and music of frank sinatra. here is more. >> reporter: to be soothed by thousands of family members, it makes me feel elated. i could shrug out the door. >> all you done for baltimore, thank you. >> thanks for the memories. >> they lined up waiting for the gates to open at 11:00 satu
. and in july, baltimore county police reported a homicide in the parking lot. neighbors in the parkville community say the bar is a constant problem and in fact, they have written the councilman but never got a response. on sunday night, family, friends and bar patrons gathered to remember jones. >> he loved his job. he loved what he did and loved the people. they were like family to him. >> he made everybody laugh. he it was so comical no matter how sad your day was e. made you laugh-- he made you laugh. >> reporter: abc2 asked the owners of the bar if they can offer surveillance video but couldn't comment. so far they don't have a suspect in this case. tavares jones leaves behind a 4- year-old son and 8-year-old daughter. >>> police are investigating a shooting and death at a house party on the alameda. larelle amos was shot while standing in the front yard on the 4700 block of leaveers court -- leabers cord yesterday morning. they don't believe she was the target but she open -- so far they don't have a motive or suspect. >>> a book that killed osama bin laden will be released tomorr
everhart. >>> a nice day to stay in or catch a movie. flash flood warning for baltimore city, baltimore county for a specific down pour over the towson area reaching into the northern part of the county. there will be some ponding of water from the down pour. more tropical moisture feeding into this whole system and will arrive over the next several days. your question, will it be a whrashout? the next several days, we think so. the rest of the evening, more showers and storms and more humid conditions. boy, this is muggy. more on how things will develop is coming up. >> remember, you can check the forecast on the road. just head to abc2news.com/weather. you can learn how top down load our -- to download our weather app and get the storm shield app. >>> well, the baltimore grand prix is over. now comes the big cleanup. crews are working to get ready for tomorrow. they started breaking down the race track last night. all major streets around the two-mile tracker expected to be open by 5 tomorrow morning. grand prix officials said sharp street will be closed. this is the second year the g
. we still have an a.l. wildcard race going too so the chances of baltimore making it into the playoffs right now pretty good right now, all things being equal. what's important, baseball now great again here in the city of baltimore. they've been taking care of business on the road now. they've swept games in the past two against the toronto blueyai jays, couple that a weekend series over new york in new york. mark reynolds has been on fire for the past several games. he has had bombs friday night, sunday night, yesterday, you name it. he has been the hot hand for new york -- excuse me, baltimore by contrast. new york they lost that series to baltimore. they've been losing down in tampa and that's why we're waking up this morning with baltimore, some place they haven't been since 1997. they are first place in the a.l. east come september. this is a football town, or so we've been told. we're reminding you right now o's baseball is alive and well. >> obviously in my lifetime i haven't really seen anything like this, so we're looking forward to getting out here. >> things the same that w
. >> the orioles are now tied with the yankees for first place. get excited, baltimore. >> an apple a day could keep the doctor away. >>> we begin tonight with the latest on last week's school shooting in baltimore county. >> we are getting our first look inside the cafeteria where a perry hall high school fired a gun injuring a student. >> we learned that the principal will get some feedback from the man who led the school in puddocka kentucky back in 1997. parents help this process of evaluating the shooting shooting and working toward preventing another one. >> this comes back to a metal detector or that type of thing. >> reporter: it's the parent's turn to come to school after robert gladden critically injured 17-year-old daniel berroie. >> we're looking at that because to move more staff into the cafeteria means we're taking the teacher from the second floor bathroom. >> reporter: the prisple describe -- the principal described the security as we got a first look inside the cafeteria where the shooting happened. we saw cameras near the vending machine where guidance counselor gesy glossmer
. >>> search is on for a baltimore county teenager who mixed chemicals in his home and caused a hazmat incident in parkville. linda so is live at county police headquarters where they are looking for the teenager. >>> police are testing the chemical to determine what it was. they are saying that it was not bomb making material. police are hazmat crews were called to park view. the person living there called 911 after he smelled a odor from the basement. he found his nephew and his friend mixing chemicals, they sold it to people to get high. >> i smell the worst smell i ever smelled in my life. i felt light headed, i thought i was going to pass out and maybe throw up. >> reporter: the teen's uncle says he had to call 911 911 earlier in the day when he saw a message from his nephew about attacking a high school. >>> one man died in a shooting on bail avenue before noon. police didn't release the conditions of the six people shot. >>> 28 year old woman hit by a car and the driver kept on going. police are trying to find that person who was behind the wheel of a sky blue car around 7:30, north of
years. baltimore, i'm manny locke, abc2 news. >> all right. way to go. the orioles just announce add challenge it go orange. the team wants all elementary, middle and high schools to deck rated classrooms, gyms, feel with an orioles look. the winning school gets a visit by an orioles just before the final home series of the year. go to orioles.com/orange for more information. >>> we're hearing about the shooting at morgan, perry hill and yesterday. the student who brought the gun to stemmers run never had a chance to pull the trigger because the typier wrestled it away. in many cases parents find out about these incidents through social media. but is giving a cell phone helpful or exposing them to other dangers. what is the right age for cell phones? >> reporter: when shots were fired inside perry hall's cafeteria on the first day of school, parents didn't have to wait for a note. >> he called me and said mom, mom, mom. there's a shooting. a shooting. >> i said, what! >> reporter: security is one of the main reasons parents give kids cell phones. 75% of the kids between 12 and 17 hav
's the best approach to baltimore city. as we go outside, how about it? looking pretty good. we'll show you drive times and they look like this, pretty easy commute, 695 at harford road, that's looking really good as well across the area. and, again, 83 southbound from maryland/pennsylvania line to 695, that's a 22-minute ride and 695 outer loop from 795 to 95, that should take you 11 minutes. megan. >>> the baltimore orioles are in first place in the a.l. east and it's september. after all those years, you've probably lost hope, but now it can be restored. we have not seen this since 1997. charley is live down at camden yards. and, charley, those o's tickets have never been so hard to come by until now, right? >>reporter: you know, megan, when you talk about major league baseball, the season is long, it's 162 games and no sport is based more on numbers than baseball. and we're not going to bore you with those numbers, the inside stuff. we're going to talk to you about ticket prices this morning. i just did a check here on my smart phone, the stubhub prices, standing-room-only tickets at
return to the job. getting a hero's welcome in baltimore, as the league gets ready to return all officials to the field on sunday. >>> murder mystery. fans in shock as tv actor johnny lewis goes on a killing rampage before ending his own life. did synthetic drugs make him do it? >>> and is this the worst marriage proposal ever? the pilot who told his girlfriend they were going to crash. and then, pops the question. >>> good friday morning. i'm sunny hostin. >> i'm john muller. rob and paula are off this morning. we begin with an all-too familiar american tragedy. a deadly shooting has shattered the quiet of a small sign company. >> it happened in minneapolis, where police say the toll stands at five dead and four wounded. abc's tahman bradley has the details that have been breaking overnight. >> reporter: a tense scene in minneapolis. as s.w.a.t. teams responded to a gunman who opened fire at accent signage systems, filling tour people, including the company's founder, and then himself. >> i can't confirm that the suspect, the shooter is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
this happens everywhere. >> reporter: as baltimore county police point out as they are often quick to do, they do not believe it is a random murder. they offered that aassurance but no concrete reason as to why. detectives say the grandson may know something but he is missing. investigators are interested in talking with him but stop short of defining that level of interest. >> it's preliminary to say whether he was a person of interest. >> it would be of interest to neighbors wondering why police believe this was targeted and who in their right mind would murder an elderly couple. in pikesville, abc2 news. >> a double shooting sent two men to the hospital. one victim was shot in the back. the other man was shot in the head and the back and flown to shock trauma in critical condition. there were more than 20 bullet casings around the crime scene. some of those who live in the community say they still feel safe to live there. >> i'm sorry that it happened, but i don't think that would be a regular thing that's going on in east port. i really don't. >> police said neither man lived in that
of harford county that's dissipated much of the baltimore viewing area looking good. storms towards the west of maryland and oversouth central pennsylvania. the story is this storm system, parked over the ohio valley. this is going to be moving in to the area, late tomorrow afternoon, and in to tomorrow evening, notice the storms fired along this. we are anticipating severe weather, could be isolated tornados, we will talk about that in full detail coming up. >>> a baltimore man faces 57 years behind bars after pleading guilty to his role in a series of armored car robberies that spanned two years. jeff hager has details about the crime spree were rewitnessed menty of robberies targeting armored cars before. 27 year old david howard and his accomplicesl0fpulled off five heists in howard and montgomery counties. >> we know the defendant and coconspirators were tracking the ñxpolice. they consider dangerous robberies, they were armed and stole weapons from the victims of the crime. this is a dangerous group. >> reporter: one, until investigators broke the case. robbers struck during a dunbar
in july, baltimore county police reported a homicide in that restaurant's parking lot. neighbors in the parkville community say the bar is a constant nuisance and they have writent to councilmen but they have never heard back. police say there's no suspect right now regarding the weekend incident. >>> today a memorial service will be held to honor a local navy seal killed in afghanistan. patrick died last month when his helicopter went down. this happened during a fightwith insurgents. his body will leave the dover air fos base that happens this morning at 8 this morning. and there will be a procession that will end at the george p calis funeral home in edgewater. the body is expected to arrive around 10 this morning. a viewing will be held for him who live in edgewater from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 tuesday night. the funeral is 12:45 on wednesday at fort meyer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery where he will be buried at the cemetery after. >>> consumer news. midwest drought is hitting all crops including popcorn. retail prices haveium ped from 20 dal -- jumped from 20
of baltimore city sunday. a man was trying to save his neighbor from a home doing all he could just didn't make it. >> abc2 news sherrie johnson is here with more on the deadlyfire and do authorities know anything about this or is this investigation going on for a while. >> reporter: firefighters and arson detectives are trying to figure out how the fire started and whether the smock alarms were working at the time. the fire broke out just after 6:30 on sunday night. firefighters raced to the 2200 block of east north avenue in the city's broadway east neighborhood. crews found heavy fire and thick smoke in that row home. neighbors went into action. one man who tried to rescue his elderly neighbor may have a fractured leg. now once inside, crews found an 88-year-old woman dead of smoke inhalation and burns. >> we learned that this was an 88-year-old woman. does live with other relatives in the home but no one else was in the house at the time. >> reporter: so far no word on exactly what caused the fire at 33 firefighters fought the one alarm fire and it was contained to the row home and the woma
that will mean... hundreds of millions for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state... according to the department of legislative services. and with independent audits required by law... question seven means millions for maryland schools. guaranteed. >>> welcome back, everyone. faxcon technology has closed a factory in northern china after a brawl involving 2,000 worker s there are reports that the company makes covers. and there's no word what started the fight. foxconhas come under fire that. >>> well, that could make the iphone 5 even scarcer, apple phones are out of the stores after the first weekend of sales. iphone 5 is still available on apple's went site but not for immediate delivery. >>> but the verizon version may deem popularity. it turns out it will also work on at&t if you swap sim card chips. that means verizon customers can switch to at&t when their contracts are up. >>> well, gas prices are coming down, the national average is now $3.81 a gallon. that's a nickel less than a week ago or more than a month or this time last fall. you can thank crude prices and less
, people living in baltimore found disobeying traffic laws is a more serious problem than property crime. mayor wants the committee to find better ways to better protect pedestrians and kids in school zones, there will be 8 people from various departments. >>> he is a pint sized pooch, smuggled out of the animal resource foundation. for two days, workers at the shelter prayed for mango's return and last night the prayers were answered. don harrison explains how they got the pup back. >> reporter: that's all allison wanted when she found wut one of the puppies were stolen. sometimes wishes come true. mango, the one stolen, returned, is reunite ed with his family. >> he ran over to his mom and wanted to nurse. >> reporter: somebody called and said, they had mango and wanted to bring him back. it wasn't the person who stole him, even though the reward was a thousand dollars, they wanted to remain anonymous and did not want the reward money. none of that mattered to everyone at the animal resource foundation. they wanted mango back. >> it's too hard to believe somebody would walk out with on
out. >>> coming up at 6:00, tonight baltimore police are investigating another murder on chesterfield avenue. if that street sounds familiar, that's where the nih professor was shot last week. >>> and the storm warning for you. we'll tell you how scammers are using real attorneys to try to get at your hard earned money. those stories and a whole lot more at 6:00. here's a preview of what's ahead on world news at 6:30. >> listen to the white house recordings of jfk, surprising, emotional, the exclusive tonight with diane sawyer and nightline. anncr: more anti-maryland ads. from this west virginia casino. they want marylanders to keep coming to west virginia... casinos like theirs. spending one hundred seventy million a year. question seven will keep those dollars at home. with a limited expansion of gaming that will mean... hundreds of millions for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state... according to the department of legislative services. and with independent audits required by law... question seven means millions for maryland schools. guaranteed. >>> some high school
a presentation of abc news. . >>> orioles magic reborn in the city of baltimore. >> another warm humid night and are we why for a foggy start tomorrow? the forecast in a minute. >> his behavior is the same as -- it's all about him. >> another woman speaking about what she said happened while working for john leopold. >> sky mile members for delta are in for a big surprise. why it may have people cooling their jets. the news starts right now. >> we start tonight with a growing case of orioles fever. they lost to the blue jays by two runs but that's all right. >> here come the yankees. it'll be crazy. orioles fans all came out to honor two of the greatest. they were both into the museume hall of legends here tonight. even after all these years you would think they still played on the same team. they were still joking around, eddie asked about the current version of the orioles and got a little side tracked. >> you know that's -- [inaudible] >> also former orioles, martinez as well as jimmy from loyola and coach gary williams. you know it's so fitting that topping off all the building ex
it by the end of the week. >>> katie premiers in baltimore right here on abc2 beginning september 10th every day at 4. followed by the news. >> that's at 5 with jamie and kelly and we wyatt and we will send you back to new york but we will have another update in 30 minutes. see you then. ♪ i can't believe it ♪ i am growing every day now, and it... ♪ [ female announcer ] childhood goes by too fast to slow down for sensitive skin, which is why all free clear is free of dyes and perfumes. it's the #1 recommended brand by dermatologists and allergists for sensitive skin. and its active stain lifters help tackle tough dirt and stains. ♪ i won't forget you give us your worst, we'll give it our all. >>> tom cruise facing new allegations about his personal life. just months before he began dating katie holmes, did the church of scientology conduct top secret auditions to find his next wife is this the shocking report from "vanity fair." first, good morning, america. happy labor day to you. do not adjust your sets. do not get concerned. george is off. robin is many mississippi right now with her
. there was a chaotic scene in baltimore after a runaway bus slammed into a bus shelter. seven poem were hurt when the bus slammed into the shelter yesterday. witnesses say the driver was at the back of the bus when it began to roll forward. investigators believe preliminary results believe the crash was caused by driver error. all seven people that were hurt have nonlife-threatening injuries. >>> time to check the weather. check out what's going on this morning, a beautiful start and it's a little chilly out there, still plenty of sunshine. we'll see more clouds moving in as we go into the afternoon but we'll still have sunshine even into the afternoon. 55 degrees in frederick and we had the dew point at 54, still dealing with dry air. maryland's most powerful radar is dry right now, and this afternoon we'll begin to see changes. hour by hour, dry by lunchtime, dry going to 3:00, 79 degrees and warmer. let's check time saver traffic. >>> we have a crash to watch out for on hollywood bird avenue at dun dock avenue. no problems through the harbor tunnel or fort mchenry tunnel. jfx southbound is sta
for joining us. the investigation continues today into the murders of an elderly couple in baltimore county that happened in historic suddenbrook park area. police are is not saying how they died but they died from traumatic injuries. police have not commented on another man that neighbors say was living in that home. they did say there is no evidence of a break-in and police have not released the names of the victims and their bodies have been taken for the medical examiner for autopsies and we will keep you posted on information. if you know anything, call the baltimore county police. time for a check on weather with meteorologist lynette charles. >> let's talk about what's going on right now in mount airy. things look fabulous and a beautiful sunrise and a carbon copy of what we had yesterday. so if you liked yesterday you are going to enjoy today once again. look at temperatures in mount airy. very chilly out there this morning. grab the jacket as you head out and about. 47 degrees at the dew point of 46. dry air on tap once again. and look at the temperature by lunchtime. 73 degrees pl
and 70s from new york to baltimore. 80s in the south. mostly 70s in the midwest, plains, and rockies. >>> a dog's best friend just might be a prison inmate. inmates work at lafayette parish correctional industries, or lapcor and sell dog beds. the beds are given to local animal shelters. >> they hit on the dog bed idea as a way to reseekle their uniforms before they just used to burn them to make sure they weren't stolen. inmates cut up the uniforms and use the leftover pieces as stuffing. making between, i don't know, 300 and 400 a year. i think that's great. >> i think so too. >> giving them to the shelters. >> the guys, they're on poor wooden pallet kralts crates in . >> orange, or striped. >> the dog is soft, happy, happy, happy. >> late night tv, what would that be without a little info on how to get six-pack abs. paula faris find out from a top trainer. >> if you worry about your belongings, where they're going, when you go through security at the airport you. may have good reason. brian ross investigates tsa officers who are on the wrong side of the law. you don't want to miss
powerful radar future scan. it lifts everything to the north and east. here's baltimore, the action to the west. everything stays to the west through the 8:00 hour but eventually we're going to see the scattered showers move in. if you're doing out to the game, know it's a mild start a dry start. here come the showers and storms. easterly wind at five to 10 with a temperature around 73 degrees. showers, storms linger into tonight but it is a wet commute turning into a sunny day going into friday. we'll break down the forecast coming up. >>> parents, one threng you want top keep -- thing you want to keep on your radar, the risk of concussions. >> it's a team effort from the parents, coaches, teachers. lynn disa so tells -- linda so tells us about a new way to help everyone work together. >> reporter: 14-year-old tyler is hoping things go smeergt than last year. an accident left him with a concussion. >> i had no idea he would miss so much -- so many sports and so much of school. it was a month of school work we had to make up. >> reporter: many teachers are surprised the effects of a
the regular refs can call tonight's browns/ravens games in baltimore. in a statement, roger goodell said, we look forward to having the finest officials back on the field. and i want to give a special thanks to nfl fans for their passion. now, it's time to put the focus on the teams and players where it belongs. this end to monday night's packers/seahawks game. two replacement refs make different calls. >> this is comical to me, really. >> reporter: ultimately ruling what looked like an interception a touchdown. the call infuriated announcers, players and fans. >> bring the guys back now. >> beyond you and i in the sports world and football people, this went to the "today" show, "good morning america," it was national conversation. >> reporter: monday's finish and other embarrassing calls by replacement refs brought a new sense of urgency to strike a deal. c.j. spiller of the buffalo bills tweeted, welcome back, refs. glad y'all got a deal done. but thanks to replacement refs for doing their best. the refs will see a boost in salary over the next several seasons. and the nfl will get to set
's david kerley is standing by at the stadium in baltimore where the refs are back in business tonight. david? >> reporter: hey, george. tonight, behind me, the real refs will be working the game. in fact, just a little while ago, we saw this referee team arrive here in baltimore, headed to the locker room to put on their striped shirts. all this, after an apology today after what some are calling the worst call in nfl history. nfl players couldn't contain their glee. >> they did? sweet! >> reporter: a great day for america, the white house said. the lockout over, the referees back. but the nfl's reputation is badly bruised. >> do i look relieved? >> reporter: the commissioner made the deal just two days after this call monday night by replacement refs, giving a win to seattle instead of green bay. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> reporter: some say it cost betters hundreds of millions of dollars. but it was 70,000 phone calls to the league and hundreds of thousands of tweets, which led the commissioner to apologize today. >> we're sorry to have to bring our fans, sorry t
maryland back to work. >>> good morning, i'm megan pringle. a baltimore family right now hoping somebody will come forward with some information that will help them find the person that killed their father. fredy king who's known as big fred was found shot multiple times in his car in cherry hill on saturday. he had just dropped his son off at a barber shop. king died later on at shock trauma. his family buried him yesterday. they are pleading now to the community for anybody to come forward with information to arrest the killer. police say that they have very little to go on. so if you have any information, they would appreciate a phone call. >>> time now to get a check on your weather and your forecast. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning, everyone. let's check out what's going on in urbana this morning. yes, we are seeing some sunshine, but also some clouds. that's going to be the scenario as we go throughout the day, those clouds moving in from the west and all of this is ahead of a cold front that's going to move through the area. right now temperature in fredrick
delays using the jfx to get into the city. and more problems in northwest baltimore where we are deeing with -- dealing with an accident on all right road there are lot of delays on the west side on the outer loop from 759 towards route 40 and here's live look at beltway in parkville inner loop fine but the outer loop will be sluggish up toward providence road. megan and charley over to you. >> we are out of time but thanks for joining us. >> we are back in 30 minutes for another check of news weather and traffic. times square zoom in. now to new york. okay, what'ya havin? i'll have the build your own burger with a... sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. >>> hey, good morning, america. what -- guess what? you're about to have your morning punched with some energy. my very, very good friend, julie bowen, is about to come out on the stage right now. i want everyone in their living rooms, across america, to stand and rise, and to cheer. go, julie. here she comes. my very modern frie
health for a while. art modell as you know a hero to the town. he brought football back to baltimore but he's also always going to be remembered by an age credible giving person for everything that he did for this community. modell bought the browns that was back in 1961. then he moved the team here in 1996. modell dead at the age of 87. >>> news time right now 7:27. we're going to let you know what your looking at -- you're looking at as you head out the door this morning. meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning everyone, maryland's most powerful radar picking up on some showers mainly off in virginia. if you're heading that way they have some heavy downpours but we're also dealing with the few showers now in southern maryland. snow hill, also around poke poke city. princess anne a light shower this morning. manchester a mixture of sun and clouds that will be the scenario through the day today. the temperature in manchester at 70 degrees right now. and we're also going to be dealing with a high temperature coming in right around 90. let's get a check of the traffic now with m
christian church in joppa. >>> a beautiful day outside right now. baltimore, at the inner harbor. beautiful sunshine sticking around throughout the day. high clouds, but it is going to be gorgeous. get out there for the walk. temperature 60 degrees with the dew point at 52. this is what we will deal with through the rest of the day. dry right now, we will stay that way. no rain gear needed. you are going to want the sun shades for the temperatures by 8:00 at 61 degrees, 74 by lunchtime today. by 3:00, i'm going with 77 , the high temperature, check of the seven-day forecast, keeps more of the same as we go through time. now a check of the traffic with loren. >>> good morning, beautiful forecast for the ravens game tonight. best of luck to them. we have big problems on 695, a crash on the inner loop. live look at will court wilkins avenue. the delays it is causing. slow from 795 towards 95. jfx, nice and clear from towson, in to the city, everything up to speed through the fort mc henry and harbor tunnel. >>> abc2 news today, tune in for the katie show. get it at abc2news.com. excuse us, whi
. baltimore townty sheriff's department put on the event so police, firefighters and community members could come together. rides, antique fire engine demonstrations, dalmations and food. many who turned out came to enjoy a great day. >>> tens of thousands of teachers and support staff in chicago are going on strike. the union president says it was not able to agree on a contract with schools. school officials say that pay is the matter here. chicago school board president says it was offering a fair deal. >> negotiations have been intense, productive, however, we have failed to reach an agreement that will prevent a labor strike. >> i would point out that this financial package over the next four years will cost the system somewhere in the vicinity of $400 million over four years. i would point out that the average teacher will get another 16% raise over that four year period. this is not a small commitment we are making at a time when our fiscal situation is really challenged. >> chicago is the third largest school system. >>> let's talk about what is going on now. it is cool outside. some
tomorrow if the situation changes. >>> another great night in baltimore. oh, yeah? let's show you these pictures. great for rolling down the windows and hear the crowd in camden yards a minute ago. will it stay nice? well wyatt everhart has some good news for you,. >> you're always the good guy when weather is this good. >> you're a great guy. >> i'll take it. we'll get that first cold blast. anyway, take a look at the temperatures outs there. so comfortable, 72 in the city, refreshing 67 in the apilous, dover at 6 -- in in apilous. 63 in dover. it's clear right now. but a new front is on the move coming out of the northern plains and arriving in the upper midwest back through iowa. this line of showers is likely to impact us. i'm thinking friday afternoon, evening, if we're going to get showers, that's when we'll see them. but in the meantime it doesn't get much better. overnight, great sleeping weather. we'll talk about how things are developing coming up. >>> tonight two people in maryland have now died from the west nile virus. that's two out of 25 reported cases. symptoms res
list. yankees go on to win 2-0. the orioles also win. so, the yankees and baltimore orioles remain tied atop the american league east. have a great day. >> bummed about that bears loss. the loss to the packers seven of the last eight games. >> got their number. >> yes, they certainly do. >>> and here's what may rank of the best of the highlights of the boston red sox expression. look at dustin pedroia that his wife has gone into labor. >> it happened wednesday night during the sox loss to the yanks. >> yesterday morning, pedroia's wife gave birth to their second son. it happened in the seventh inning. clearly surprised. congratulations. best of luck. >> a seventh-inning stretch. >> good one, john muller. love it. >> every now and then, i pull one. >>> up next, an animal-themed "pulse" for you, including a new monkey never seen before in the history of mankind. >> ever? >> ever. >>> we will show you the stowaway cat that just used up a few of its nine lives. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ mal
across the area we seat bright conditions in baltimore itself. we've got a gorgeous, gorgeous scenario for very competitive baseball. no question about that. again, enjoying what is some great weather right now. current conditions at bwi. we've got temperatures in the mid to upper 70s across the area. 78 at bwi. humidity is comfortably low at 47%. temperatures comfortable to low 80s. the dew points in the mid-40s. this is gorgeous. we're going to stay clear tonight, clear first thing when you wake up, maybe some fog. as we start off the day and low valleys a little bit of fog. otherwise, not bad at all. the trend shows this. that front we've been talking about begins to march into the high country west of us. by 6:00 maybe some showers from hagerstown west. then we go to tomorrow evening. looks like the showers will fall apart. nothing more than a stray shower into early saturday. look at this, nice and clear and brilliant blue skies will be back saturday and sunday. it will be breezy through the day on saturday. so it is clear for now but watching that front to the west. behind this n
vacuuming alone. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. >>> good morning. police in baltimore are searching for a teenager, believed to be behind a hazmat situation that forced people out of homes in parkville. >> the teen's uncle says his nephew and friend were mixing chemicals in the basement. police are looking for him. >>> police are looking for a driver involved in a hit and run in bel air. a woman was hit while standing on route 1 north of the hickory bypass. if you have information, call bel air police. >>> time for a check on the weather. >>> good morning, everyone. let's look at the most powerful radar, drying things out this morning, we will see showers and thunderstorms popping up towards the afternoon. grab the rain gear. let's go outside, annapolis, a few breaks in the cloud cover. we will see plenty of clouds throughout the day. the rain from the clouds as well. 86 degrees by 3:00. now a check of the traffic with mike masco. >>> good morning, everybody. to the north central avenue, a crash around madison avenue. speeds reduced due to the incident. south of town, another cras
. good morning. >>> we are dealing with self- accidents trouble in baltimore county with a crash in luthvillety moan yum. and more problems down to towson where we're dealing with an accident on ruxton road right near 83. and you will want to expect delays on the jfx heading into the city. and here's a live look at the beltway. where you'll notice it's awfully congested as well here in overlea. inner loop slowed down toed 595 and -- to 95 and that outer loop extremely slow just jam- packed up to providence road. >> we are out of time and we're going to send you back to "good morning america." we'll have another news, weather and traffic update in about 30 minutes and we'll see you then. >>> you have got to look at this. bank robbers in l.a., on a high-speed car chase, throwing bills out of the suv as police are on the run. and people are trying to scoop them up. are they robin hoods on the run? we're going to look at that in a little bit. >> people braving traffic. >> come on. $100 bills. >> l.a. giveth. >> amy robach in for robin today. >>> plus, explosive new allegations from a
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